Austin Partners in Education (APIE) recruits, trains and places volunteers in Austin classrooms as Classroom Coaches and Mentors.
Volunteers are needed for this school year! Last year more than 1,500 volunteers had an organized and enriching experience providing more than 3,500 AISD students with personalized attention, and academic support.
Volunteers are the heart of Austin Partners in Education. Please choose to be a part of a child's life in so many meaningful ways by volunteering this year.
Change the Game for Public Schools–Become a Classroom Coach
How Classroom Coaching works
- Volunteers select the day of the week, time and location that works best for them from the list on the APIE website.
- APIE provides training and curriculum support materials to ensure Coaches' success. Coaches don't need to be subject matter experts, just caring and supportive of students.
- During weekly coaching sessions, the class is divided into small interactive groups of 2-3 students per coach. Sessions last 45 minutes and run for about 24 weeks per academic year.
About Austin Partners in Education:
Austin Partners in Education (APIE) provides 3,500 Austin ISD students a year with personalized support by recruiting, training and placing a critical mass of more than 850 volunteer Classroom Coaches and 800 mentors into Austin ISD campuses weekly. APIE fosters effective community and school partnerships that prepare students for college and careers. Founded in 1983 by the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce and the Austin Independent School District as Adopt-a-School, today APIE is a 501(c) (3) non-profit.
Austin Partners In Education improves student college and career readiness & expands STEM opportunities through community engagement.